FDA ADVISORY COMMITTEE MEMBER CONFLICT-OF-INTEREST WAIVER THRESHOLD
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
FDA ADVISORY COMMITTEE MEMBER CONFLICT-OF-INTEREST WAIVER THRESHOLD of $100,000 is recommended in the agency's "Policy & Guidance: Handbook for FDA Advisory Committees," released June 13. The handbook, a new publication by the agency, states that if a member holds an interest in a sponsoring company or a competitor exceeding $100,000, or 25% of the member's net worth, a conflict of interest waiver will not be granted.
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